Buzzy CES vibrator looks — and acts — like a remote (2024)

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The Oh! uses sound waves, not motors, to create vibrations.

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Ohdoki's Oh! vibrator will be available this spring.Credit: Ohdoki; Mashable composite

CES brings cool tech products — and products that make you say "WTF" — to the forefront. One sextech highlight this year is the Oh!, a new vibrator from Norwegian tech company Ohdoki. The company made waves (or…jerks) at CES last year for its flagship product, an automated penis stroker called The Handy.

Oh!, however, is for people with vulvas, and resembles a TV remote. The toy uses "ResoTouch technology," according to Ohdoki's press release, which utilizes sound waves — not motors — to create vibrations. Sound waves can apparently "enable individuals to create their own vibrational patterns with more flexibility and customization," the release states.

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The vibe can sync with audio, video, and VR content using Bluetooth. It can also act as an actual remote(!) to control a Handy or another Oh! even from a different location. The Oh! website claims that no sign-ins are needed to do this, so you can be totally anonymous.

Former Mashable reporter Jess Joho warned against using Bluetooth sex toys back in 2020 because they didn't function that well (one reason being that water repels Bluetooth signals, and our bodies are mostly water). Since these Ohdoki toys are for external body use, though, perhaps you'd have better luck with them.

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"We aim to empower individuals of all genders to elevate their intimate sexual experiences, as we all deserve to explore ourselves and find new levels of pleasure," said Ohdoki CEO and co-founder Jens Petter "JP" Wilhelmsen in the press release. "That's why I'm so excited to bring Oh! to market and create even more ways to elevate pleasure and joy."

"We've seen incredible positive feedback on our flagship product The Handy and have continued to learn from our community to innovate and create a vibrator for our vulva-owning customers like they've never experienced before," Wilhelmsen continued.

The Oh! will be available for purchase this spring on Ohdoki's website and Amazon. The pre-order price is $74.95, and will eventually double to $149.95.

For more big tech reveals from CES, here's Mashable's CES 2024 highlights.

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Anna Iovine is associate editor of features at Mashable. Previously, as the sex and relationships reporter, she covered topics ranging from dating apps to pelvic pain. Before Mashable, Anna was a social editor at VICE and freelanced for publications such as Slate and the Columbia Journalism Review. Follow her on X @annaroseiovine.

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